Homophobic Graffiti Continues in Walker Two Years Later, Culprit Remains at Large|
Homophobic graffiti and posters have been found in and around the men’s bathroom in the basement of the Walker Memorial Building multiple times over the past few weeks — the latest in a string of incidents dating back at least two years, according to police reports. The messages are particularly disturbing because of their proximity to the Rainbow Lounge, a safe haven for Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender MIT community members.
Alcohol Policy Reworked, Codified Updated Institute Guidelines May Draw Student Displeasure, Distrust
In accordance with the No Child Left Behind Act, alcohol procedural guidelines have been revised and codified in hopes of consistently addressing alcohol issues in MIT dormitories, although increased diciplinary action may cause negative student responses. The guidelines outline the proper procedures to deal with alcohol problems or emergencies, such as medical transport and student confidentiality.
Minimum Responses to Common Violations
Mendoza Appointed as New Mediation Director
The fifth floor of the student center not only boasts a renovated reading room this fall, but also the office of the newly appointed Director for Student Mediation and Community Standards, Veronica Mendoza ’96.
ILGs Offer Bids For Fall Semester
Three of MIT’s Independent Living Groups — Epsilon Theta, Fenway House, and the Women’s Independent Living Group — have given bids to students for the fall semester. Student House did not give any bids for the fall and pika was unavailable for comment. As of yet, there are no official figures regarding the total number of bids sent out by the ILGs or the total number of pledges received.
Wozniak Describes Techno Childhood; Endorses Autobiography
Steve Wozniak, inventor of the Apple II, the world’s first personal computer, and co-founder of Apple Computer, Inc., made an appearance at MIT yesterday to tell his inspirational story of success as well as sign books for his new autobiography that was released this past Monday.
Berners-Lee Speaks Out on Net Neutrality, Dark Net
Tim Berners-Lee was a software programmer working at the CERN physics research laboratory in Switzerland in the 1980s when he proposed the idea of a project based on hypertext — linking documents with software pointers.
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